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on 12 April 2009
This is a book that will appeal to anyone interested in martial arts, quantum physics, tattoos, or those who just want a really good read. Mia is a tattooist by day, but her real job is a protector of warriors during their fights. But somewhere, there is someone who is killing fighters in away that means perfectly healthy men are dieing days after fighting. When someone she has marked dies, it becomes a personal threat, especially when he threatens the man she loves.
I wouln't say this is a book that will keep you guessing, the plot is pretty obvious, but it one of the most enjoyable books I've read recently, and if you enjoyed the blend of fantasy and science in 'the season of the witch', you will enjoy this too.
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